Thursday, June 21, 2012

Abubakar AL.HABSYI-Ali-Ahmad-24

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Abubakar AL.HABSYI-Ali-Ahmad-24 (son of Ali AL.FAGIH-Ahmad-Muhammad-23) died in 881H.

Ali AL.FAGIH-Ahmad-Muhammad-23

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Ali AL.FAGIH-Ahmad-Muhammad-23 (son of Ahmad-Muhammad.Assadallah-Hasan-22).

Children of Ali AL.FAGIH-Ahmad-Muhammad-23 are:
  1. Alwi AL.ASSATRI-Ali-Ahmad-24.
  2. Abubakar AL.HABSYI-Ali-Ahmad-24, d., 881H.


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Ahmad-Muhammad.Assadallah-Hasan-22 (son of MUH.ASSADALLAH-HASAN.ATTARABI-21) died in 821H.

Children of Ahmad-Muhammad.Assadallah-Hasan-22 are:
  1. +Ali AL.FAGIH-Ahmad-Muhammad-23.
  2. +Hasan.SANBAL-Ahmad-Muhammad-23.




  1. +Abubakar AL.BASYEBAN-Muhammad.Assadallah-22.
  2. +Ahmad-Muhammad.Assadallah-Hasan-22, d., 821H.
  3. +Hasan.Almualim-Muhammad.Assadallah-Hasan-22, d., 777H.











Picture of MUHAMMAD AL.FAGIH.ALMUGADAM-ALI-18Makam Sayidina Al-Faqih Al-Muqoddam Muhammad

MUHAMMAD AL.FAGIH.ALMUGADAM-ALI-18 (son of ALI-MUH.SHOHIB.MARBAT-17)was born in 574H-Tarim,Hadramaut, died in 653H-Tarim, Hadhramut.

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD AL.FAGIH.ALMUGADAM-ALI-18:
AlHabib Muhammad was born in Tarim, Hadhramaut 574H. Muhammad died 653H in Tarim, Hadhramut.
Muhammad bin Ali (574H - 653H) was titled The Father of Tarim, The Great Professor and the Forefront Jurisprudence (Al Faqih Al Muqadam)., title and honour not given to any one before him. He was deeply versed in theology, exegesis of the science of Traditions (Ilmu Al Hadith) of the Prophet, and in jurisprudence. He was an orator, a forceful instructor and an excellent interpreter of Islamic law (Mufti). He combined between traditional knowledge and rational knowledge. AlHabib Muhammad Al Faqih had written a number of dissertations and a book, which consists of case study of 300 questions, which he was asked on various issues. He counts a number of eminent Imams as his students, and among them are Imam Abdullah bin Muhamad bin Abdul Rahman Baabad, Imam Abdul Rahman bin Muhamad bin Abdul Rahman Ba abad, Imam Abdalla bin Ibrahim Ba qshuayn, Imam Said bin Omar Ba'alhaaf, Imam Ibrahim bin Yahya Ba fadhil, Imam Ali bin Muhamad Al Khatyb and his 5 sons, who all were noted Imams. As a Father of Tarim he was literally feeding the poor, giving them one thousand pound of dates daily. His house was a shelter to the refugees, strangers and travelers. His wife Hababah Zainab was his right hand on his service to the people and giving out charity and annual alms (Zakat) until she was titled The Mother of the poor - Umi Al fuqaraa As a Spiritual Leader, AlHAbib Muhammad Al Faqih Al Muqadam was the pioneer who introduced Sufism in Hadhramaut. His immense spiritual stature, scholarship, his compassionate attitude to the mass and a man of the people - The Father of Tarim, enable his new Sufi order to have the mass followers of all his descendents and the people of Tarim and the entire province of Hadhramaut. The order was known as Ba-Alawi order. Sufism as a school of thought was not known in Tarim. AlHabib Muhammad Al Faqih Al Muqadam introduced and implemented Alawy order through his inward and outward spiritual connection. With regard to inward spiritual connections, authentic traditions have it that AlHabib Muhammad Al Faqih Al Muqadam was in constant union with the Prophet and holy men who had passed away. As with regard to outward spiritual connections, AlHabib Muhammad Al Faqih Al Muqadam received two chains of spiritual connections up to the Prophet. The first chain of connection is through Alawy connections, from his father, grand father and great grand father upwards up to the Prophet. The second connection was through orthodox Sufi chain, where he received a Khirqa from Abu Madyan Al Maghriby, and Abu Madyan received from Sheikh Aby Ya'azy Al Maghriby, and Aby Ya'azy from Sheikh Aby Al Hassan bin Harzham, and Aby Al Hassan from Imam Abu Bakar bin Abdullah bin Al Raby Al Maghafry, and Ibn Al Raby from Imam Al Ghazaly, and Al Ghazaly from Imam Al Haramyn Abu Talib Al Maky, and Imam Al Haramyn from his father Imam Al Juwayni, and Imam Al Juwayni from Abu Talib Maky, and Abu Talib Maky from Shibly, and Shibly from Imam Al Junaedi, and Imam Junaedi from Asyry Al Saqty, and Asyry Al Saqty from Maaruf Al Kharqy, and Maaruf Al Kharqy from Daud Al Tayi, and Daud Al Tayi from Habib Al Ajamy, and Habib Al Ajamy from AlHabib Hassan Al Busry, and AlHasan Hassan Al Busry from Imam Ali ra., and Imam Ali ra. from Prophet Muhammad saw May Peace and Blessing of Allah be upon Him, and Prophet from Angel Jibril, and Jibril from The Almighy Allah. He had 5 sons; Alwi, Ahmad, Ali, Abdullah, and Abdurrahman.

  1. +ALWI AL.GHOYUR-19, d. 619, 619H.



ALI-MUH.SHOHIB.MARBAT-17 (son of MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16 and _Fatimah--Muhammad-Ali-Muhammad-Jadid-16) died in 590H in Tarim, Yemen.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALI-MUH.SHOHIB.MARBAT-17:
birth date unknown. Ali died 590H in Tarim, Yemen.
Ali became the father of Muhammad Al-faqih Al-muqaddam in Trim, Hadhramut, 574H. Ali bin Muhammad Sahib Mirbaat was an eminent scholar, a great Sufi saint and extremely humble. He died in Tarym in 590H, and had only one son, Muhammad better known as Al Faqih Al Muqadam, the greatest professor -Muhammad bin Ali.

Children of ALI-MUH.SHOHIB.MARBAT-17 are:
  1. +MUHAMMAD AL.FAGIH.ALMUGADAM-ALI-18, b., 574H-Tarim,Hadramaut, d., 653H-Tarim, Hadhramut.



Picture of MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16Makam Muhammad Shohib Mirbath

MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16 (son of ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15) died in 551/556H-Marbat, Oman. He married _Fatimah--Muhammad-Ali-Muhammad-Jadid-16.

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16:
birth date unknown. Muhammad died 551H in Marbat, Oman.
Muhammad Shohib Marbat, meaning the owner of Marbat. Marbat is famous town in the province of Dhofaar, Sultanate of Oman where Muhammad immigrated from Tarim and settled in Marbat. He was the pioneer of spreading Shafii sect throughout Dhofar and Sharqiya province of Sultanate of Oman. He is THE GRAND FATHER of all ALAWIYIN, and had 5 sons:
1) Abdullah (died in 594 and did not have offsprings,
2) Ahmad (had a girl called Zainab who was married to AlHabib Al Faqih Al Muqadam Muhammad bin Ali), 3) Alwi (known as 'Ammul / Ami Al Faqih', uncle of Al Faqih. Tribes / Gabilah of Al Haddad, Al Sumeit , Al Basakuta, Al Aydid, Al Bafagyh Al Bayti, etc. are from ' Alwi Ammul Al Faqih' ).
Muhammad Shohib Marbat died in Marbat in the year 551H

Children of MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16 and _Fatimah--Muhammad-Ali-Muhammad-Jadid-16 are:
  1. +ALI-MUH.SHOHIB.MARBAT-17, d., 590H in Tarim, Yemen.



Picture of ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15Makam Imam Ali bin Alwi Kholi’ Qosam

ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15 (son of ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14)was born in Bayt Jubair, Yamen, died in 529H-Tarim, Yamen.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15:
He was born in Bayt Jabry. He died 529H in Tarim, Yemen. Buried in the Zanbal Cemetery
He was latter known as AlHabib Ali Kholi Al-Qosam, meaning Ali of the uninhibited land of Qosam. He bought a huge plot for 20,000 Dinar and named this plot Qosam, after the same name of the land his great grand father, AlHabib Ahmad Al Muhajir owned in Basra. He cultivated numerous date trees and built his own house. This land eventually became a small town called Qosam, which still exist and maintains the same name. AlHabib Ali Kholi Al-Qosam latter moved to Tarim and built a mosque, which became known as Bani Alawy mosque. He was the first Bani Alawy to move to Tarim where he died in the year 529H, and was buried in Zanbal cemetery, Tarim. AlHabib Ali Kholi Al-Qosam was noted for his generosity, spends a lot to the needy and poor and was very versed in various disciplines of Islamic sciences. He was very pious and reached a unique spiritual stage of hearing Prophet greetings. While in prayers in his last siting "tashahud reciting:" Peace and Blessing of Allah be upon you, Oh the Prophet of Allah; AlHabib Ali and the people around him would hear the Prophet's reply 'And Peace be upon you Oh Habib Ali". He had 3 children, Muhammad Shohib Marbat (meaning Muhammad the owner of Marbat) , Abdullah, and Hussein.

Burial: Zanbal cemetery, Tarim.

Children of ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15 are:
  1. +MUHAMMAD.SHOHIB.MARBAT-16, d., 551/556H-Marbat, Oman.
  2. Abdullah-16.
  3. Hussein-16.



Picture of ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14Makam Imam Alwi bin Muhammad bin Alwi bin Ubaidillah

ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14 (son of MUHAMMAD-ALWI-13) died in 512H-Bayt Jubair, Yemen.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14:
Alwy died 512H in Bayt Jabry, Yemen.
Alwy became the father of Ali Khaly al-qassam in Bayt Jabry. Alwy was born in Bayt Jabyr, and died in 512H. He was a noted scholar and produced a number of students. He had two sons, Salim and Ali Khaly Al Qasam.

Children of ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14 are:
  1. +ALI.KHOLI AL.GOSAM-15, b., Bayt Jubair, Yamen, d., 529H-Tarim, Yamen.
  2. Salim-Alwi-15.



MUHAMMAD-ALWI-13 (son of ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12)was born in 390H-Basmal, Yemen, died in 446H-Bayt Jubair, Yemen..

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD-ALWI-13:
born in Basmal, Yemen 390H. Muhammad died 446H in Bayti Jabyr, Yemen.
Muhamad was born in Basmal, a small town where his father established. He then moved to another nearby town called Bayti Jabyr. He was a noted scholar, generous, piety and spends hiss time either teaching or in meditation. He died at the age of 56 years old in 446H. He had only one son called Alwy.

Children of MUHAMMAD-ALWI-13 are:
  1. +ALWI-MUHAMMAD-14, d., 512H-Bayt Jubair, Yemen.



Picture of ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12Makam Sayidina Alwi bin Ubaidillah

ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12 (son of ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11 and _Fulanah--Muhammad-Isa.Ar-Rumi) died in Hadramaut, Yamen.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12:
AlHAbib Alwi became the father of Muhammad in Basmal, Yemen, 390H. Alwi was the first to be born in Hadhramout, and all the descendents of AlHabib Alwi are referred as ALAWIYIN / BA-ALAWI. Ba is strictly a Hadhramy word meaning ' the descendents of'. As a young boy, AlHabib Alwi was very studious and intelligent. He memorized the holy Qu'an at the very early age. He became one of the greatest ascetic theologian scholars among his contemporaries. He had only one son, Muhammad.
The term ALAWIYIN / BA 'ALAWI refers to the descendents of AlHabib Alwi bin Ubaidillah bin Ahmad Al-Muhajir bin 'Isa Arumi. AlHabib Ahmad bin 'Isa, who was also known as Al-Muhajir, left Basra in Iraq for Hadhramaut in Southern Yamen with his family and followers. AlHabib Alwi, the son of AlHabib Ubaidillah and the grandson of AlHabib Ahmad bin 'Isa was the first to be born in Hadhramaut, and those of his descendents adopted the name of ALAWIYIN / BA 'ALAWI, which is a shortened form of "Bani Alawi" meaning the descendents of Alawi. The name ALAWIYIN / BA 'ALAWI also serves to separate this group of Habaib families from the other branches of the lineage that originates from Prophet Muhammad . The Aali Alawi are also accorded the title of Sadah (the plural of Sayid). This term indicates that they are the direct descendents of the Prophet Muhammad saw PBUH, from AlHabib Hussein ra bin AlHabib Ali karommallah wa'jah. As
the term Syarief (Some also use Sayid) indicates direct descendents from AlHabib Hasan ra bin Alhabib Ali karommallah wa'jah.
Today the ALAWIYIN / BA'ALAWI are found in most parts of the world: Middle East, Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore), Indian Subcontinent, Africa and even in the Far West (Europe and America) as well as the Far East (China) adopting these places as their new homes.

Children of ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12 are:
  1. +MUHAMMAD-ALWI-13, b., 390H-Basmal, Yemen, d., 446H-Bayt Jubair, Yemen..



Picture of ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11Kubah dan makam Imam Ubaidillah

ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11 (son of AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10)was born in Basrah, Iraq, died in 383H, Hadramaut, Yemen. He married _Fulanah--Muhammad-Isa.Ar-Rumi.

 Includes NotesNotes for ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11:
birth date unknown. Abdullah died 383H in Sumal, Yemen.
His real name is Abdullah. He insisted to be called Ubaydillah as diminution of Abdullah due to his humbleness. He was a great scholar, pious and ascetic theologian (juristic). After the death of his father, he moved to another town called Sumal where he bought real estate and date farms. He died in Sumal in 383H.

Children of ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11 and _Fulanah--Muhammad-Isa.Ar-Rumi are:
  1. Basri-UBAIDILLAH-12.
  2. +ALWI-UBAIDILLAH-12, d., Hadramaut, Yamen.
  3. +Jadid-UBAIDILLAH-12.


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Picture of AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10makam Ahmad Al-Muhajir

AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10 (son of ISA.ARUMI-9) was born Abt. 874 in 260H, Basrah, Iraq, and died Abt. 957 in 345H, Hasys, Yamen.

 Includes NotesNotes for AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10:
born in Basra, Iraq 260H. Ahmad Al-Muhajir died 345H (Abt.957 G) in Hasys, Yemen, at 85 years of age.
Distinguished noble, scholar, God fearing, head of Alids ( head of the descendents of the Prophet in Iraq) and a very rich noble possessing acres of farms and real estate in Basra, Imam Ahmed Al Muhajry was the first to immigrate to Hadhramout, and was knighted as Imam Ahmad Al Muhajry, meaning Imam Ahmad the Immigrant. Born in 260H in Basra, Imam Ahmad decided to immigrate to Hadhramout in 320H together with his son, Ubaidillah, his grandson Busry bin Ubaidillah, sons of his uncles relatives from Al Ahdal and Bani Qadym families and friends and relatives amounting to 73 people. He eventually settled in a town called Hasys and spent the rest of his life until he died in 345H. The reason of his immigration from Basra, giving up his leadership, wealth and affluence to settled in a remote undeveloped country, Hadhramout was the immerging of extreme and fanatic groups of Mu'utazil, Qadiriya, Hululiyah, Dahriya, Azraqiya, Qaranit and the Azaariqah who were insulting Sayyidna Uthman, Imam Ali, Sayid Twaha, Sayid Zubyr, Sayyidatina Aisha and Muawiya. It was during this period of civil strife that the killings of Sufi scholars took place. Scholars like Sayyid Husein Mansur Halaj were murdered in cold blood. The moguls up rise, who invaded Basra, looted and raped women followed this. Imam Ahmed was afraid that his offsprings and family members might be influenced with these innovations and fanatic ideas. He decided to immigrate with his entire family leaving behind his only son, Muhammad to look after his properties. He was convinced that Hadhramout was the best venue, uninfluenced from outside innovations. After settling in Hadhramout, within a short period, Imam Ahmed succeeded in establishing Sunni sect throughout the region.

Children of AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10 are:
  1. +ABDULLAH.UBAIDILLAH-11, b., Basrah, Iraq, d., 383H, Hadramaut, Yemen.
  2. Muhammad-AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-11.


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ISA.ARUMI-9 (son of MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-8)was born in Madinah, Have 30 Boys, 5 Girls,.

 Includes NotesNotes for ISA.ARUMI-9:
AlHabib Isa Al-Rumi became the father of Ahmad al-muhajir in Basra, Iraq, 260H. AlHabib Isa inherited the qualities of his father and occupied his seat as The head of the Alids. He had the charisma, striking personality and the quality of leadership. He was accepted scholar who masters various disciplines. His contemporaries and historians noted his contribution and praised him. He had blue eyes and reddish white complexion of her mother, who was from Byzantine (Roman). AlHabib Isa, because of complexion was known as Isa Al Rumi (Isa from Byzantine). He was also known as Issa Al Azraq (Issa the blue eyes). He had 30 boys and 5 girls from various wives he married. Out of 30 boys, Ahmad was the youngest.

Children of ISA.ARUMI-9 are:
  1. +AHMAD.ALMUHAJIR-10, b. Abt. 874, 260H, Basrah, Iraq, d. Abt. 957, 345H, Hasys, Yamen.



MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-8 (son of ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7)was born in Madinah (The one who leave for Basra, Iraq).

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-8:
After the death of his father in Uraydh, Madina, Sayyid Muhammad immigrated to Basra, Iraq where he was appointed as the head of Alids (head of the descendents of the Prophet S.A.W.),, position of his father. He was noted for his generosity, scholarship and was leading an ascetic life.
Muhammad had the following children:
i. Issa Al-Rumy .
ii. Yahya .
iii. Al-Hassan.
iv. Musa.
v. Jaafar .
vi. Ibrahim.
vii. Ishaaq.
viii. Ali .

Children of MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-8 are:
  1. +ISA.ARUMI-9, b., Madinah, Have 30 Boys, 5 Girls,.
  3. Al-Hasan-MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-9.
  5. Ja'far-MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-9.
  6. Ibrahim-MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-9.
  7. Ishaaq-MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-9.



Picture of ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7Makam Ali Al-Uraidhi

ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7 (son of JA'FAR*ASSADIQ-6)was born in Madinah, died in 210H, Uraidhi, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7:
birth date unknown. Ali died 210H in Uraydh (near Madinah), Saudi Arabia.
Ali Al-Uraydhi was born in Madina, and died in Uraydhi, a small village 4 miles outside Madina in 210H.He was know as Ali Al-Uraydhi, after this village. He was the head of the Alids (head of the descendants of the Prophet S.A.W. and the Headman of Hashemite (Bani Hashim) in Al-Uraydh. Ali Al-Uraydhi was devoted in his prayers, open minded, generous and a reputed scholars.
He had written a book on Hajj and another book on compilation of his various 'fatwas'.

Children of ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7 are:
  1. +MUHAMMAD.ANAGIB-8, b., Madinah (The one who leave for Basra, Iraq).
  2. Ja'far-Ali*Al-Ureadhi-8.
  3. Al-Hasan-Ali*Al-Ureadhi-8.
  4. Ahmad*Ashaarani-Ali*Al-Ureadhi-8.


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JA'FAR*ASSADIQ-6 (son of MUHAMMAD.ALBAGIR-5) was born Bet. 699 - 700 in 80H, Madinah, and died Abt. 765 in 148H, Baqi, Madinah.

 Includes NotesNotes for JA'FAR*ASSADIQ-6:
AlHabib Jaafar al-saadiq had the following children:
i. Ali Al-Uraydhi .
ii. Ishaaq .
iii. Muhammad Al-akbar . Muhammad Al Akbar was imprisoned at the very early age of his life and spent most of his life in prison. He died in 183H at the age of 59
iv. Ismael Al-aaraj. Ismael was the eldest son of AlHabib Jaafar Al Sadiq, and the Shia Ismaeliya considered him as the legitimate Imam and not his younger brother, Imam Musa Al Kadhim. The split between Shia Imamiya and Shia Jaafariya Ithnashariya originated from this point. The Shia Jaafariya Imamiya Ithnashariya does not recognize the leadership of Ismael. They claim that he deviated from the right path. Hence the sovereign spiritual leadership was transferred to his younger brother Imam Musa Al Kadhim.
v. Musa Al-qadhim was born 128H. Musa died 183H in North of Baghdad, Iraq, at 55 years of age. He was born in the year 128H and died in 183H and his grave lies north of Baghdad. He was called Al kadhim, and Kadhim in Arabic means the one who conceals and suppresses his anger. An eminent scholar and very humble, Imam Musa Al-qadhim had the divine qualities of concealing his anger. The Abbasaid monarchy was very concerned of his growing influence and popularity, and subsequently they imprisoned him for the rest of his life. He had 30 children, and the most distinguished among them are Ahmad and Ali Ridha.

Berdasarkan Kitab Shajarah Al-Mubakokah Fi Ansab At Tholibiyah, Karangan Fahrul Rozie(Meninggal 606H), Imam Ja'fart AsShodiq mempunyai 13 anak lelaki, 4 perempuan. Hanya lima yang mempunyai keturunan sebagai tertulis diatas.

Riwayat Ja'far As-Shadiq

Beliau adalah salah seorang tokoh Imam Mazhab dalam Islam. Beliau merupakan penghulu besar bagi kaum Syiah. Beliau dikenal sebagai seorang yang mustajab doanya. Bila menginginkan sesuatu beliau hanya cukup berdoa: "Ya Allah, aku ingin ini dan itu". Dengan sekejap mata saja apa yang diinginkan itu terkabul di hadapannya.

Diceritakan pula bahawa beliau pernah digiring ke hadapan Khalifah Mansur Al-Abbasi dengan tuduhan palsu dan disaksikan oleh seorang. Saksi itu berkata: "Aku bersumpah bahwa Ja'far melakukan begini dan begitu". Belum selesai saksi itu berkata tiba-tiba ia tersungkur mati di hadapan beliau.

Imam As-Syibli berkata: "Setengah dari karamahnya ialah ketika Bani Hasyim hendak membaiat Muhammad dan Ibrahim bin Abdullah bin Hassan bin Ali bin Abi Thalib menjadi khalifah di saat mendekatnya keruntuhan Daulat Bani Umayyah mereka meminta pendapat dari Imam Ja'afar As-Shadiq. Setelah berada di hadapan Imam Ja'far mereka berkata: "Kami berkumpul di sini hendak membaiat engkau jadi khalifah". Jawab Imam Ja'far As-Shadiq: "Sebenarnya kekhalifahan ini tidak akan diperoleh olehku dan tidak pula untuk kedua orang itu (Muhammad dan Ibrahim bin Abdullah). Sesungguhnya kekhalifahan akan diperoleh oleh yang memakai jubah kuning itu. Demi Allah, mereka akan dipermainkan oleh budak-budak mereka sendiri". Kemudian Imam Ja'far pergi meninggalkan majlis itu".

Memang waktu itu Al-Mansur sedang hadir di majlis itu dan ia sedang memakai jubah bewarna kuning. Ucapan beliau itu selalu dipeganginya sampai ia diangkat jadi khalifah daulat Banil Abbas.

Imam Al-Laitsi ibnu Sa'ad pemah bercerita: "Di tahun 113 H aku pergi haji. Setelah bersembahyang Asar waktu aku naik ke bukit Jabal Aba Qubais tiba-tiba aku lihat ada seorang duduk sedang berdoa: "Ya Allah, ya Allah, ya Hayu, ya Hayu dengan penuh tawadhuk. Kemudian orang itu berdoa lagi: "Ya Allah, sesungguhnya aku ingin buah anggur, kumohon kurniakanlah padaku, Ya Allah sesungguhnya kain bajuku koyak-koyak aku mohon berikan padaku kain baju".

Aku dibuatnya terperanjat sebelum ia menyelesaikan doanya tiba-tiba muncul sekeranjang buah anggur penuh yang waktu itu bukan musimnya, dan kulihat pula ada dua kain yang serba mahal yang belum pemah kulihat ada kain baju sebagus itu. Waktu itu akan makan buah anggur itu aku katakan padanya: "Aku juga ikut ada dalam buah anggur itu, kerana waktu engkau berdoa aku membaca Amin". Jawab orang itu: "Datanglah kemari". Kemudian ia memberikan sebahagian buah anggur itu dan kumakan segera. Rasanya belum pernah aku makan buah anggur selazat buah itu. Dan iapun melarangku untuk menyimpan sisanya. Anehnya isi keranjang itu sedikitpun tidak berkurang.

Kemudian orang itu memberikan padaku sepotong dari dua kain baju itu sedang yang sepotong dipakai olehnya. Namun waktu kutolak kain itu ia menggunakannya kedua potong kain tersebut. Yang sepotong dipakai buat baju sedangkan yang sepotong disarungkan dibawahnya. Selanjurnya ketika ia berjalan di tempat bersa'ie di antara Safa dan Marwa ia bertemu dengan seorang miskin yang berkata: "Wahai cucu Rasulullah berikanlah padaku pakaian". Orang itu tidak pikir-pikir lagi untuk memberikan dua potong kain yang baru ditempahnya itu kepada si fakir tersebut. Waktu kutanyakan kepada si fakir, siapakah orang yang memberinya dua potong kain itu? Jawab si fakir: "la adalah Ja'far bin Muhammad Al Baqir".

Ja'far As Shadiq wafat di kota Madinah pada tahun 148 H dan dimakarnkan di Baqi'.

Dipetik dari: Kemuliaan Para Wali - karangan Zulkifli Mat Isa, terbitan Perniagaan Jahabersa
Ref : Omar Alathas di

Children of JA'FAR*ASSADIQ-6 are:
  1. +ALI*AL-UREIDHI-7, b., Madinah, d., 210H, Uraidhi, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.
  2. Ishaaq-7.
  3. Muhammad AL.Akbar-7(Ad-Dibaj), b., 124H,, d., 183H.
  4. +Ismail*Al-Aaraj-7, d. Abt. 760.
  5. +Musa*Al-Kadhim-7, b., 128H, Abwa, Saudi Arabia, d. Abt. 799, 183/4H, Baghdad, Iraq.


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MUHAMMAD.ALBAGIR-5 (son of ALI.ZAINALABIDIN-4) was born 674 in 59H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia, and died 731 in 114H.

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD.ALBAGIR-5:
AlHabib was born 59H. He died 114H.
AlHabib Muhammad Al-Baqir was the eldest son of Imam Ali Zainal-Abidin. He was called Al-Baaqir, meaning 'The Splitter' or 'The Opener', metaphorically inferring that because he was very knowledgeable and unchallenged he splitted and broaden the scope of education. He was born in the year 59H, during the lifetime of his grand father, Imam Hussein, and died in 114H.

Burial: Al-Baqhy.

Children of MUHAMMAD.ALBAGIR-5 are:
  1. +JA'FAR*ASSADIQ-6, b. Bet. 699 - 700, 80H, Madinah, d. Abt. 765, 148H, Baqi, Madinah.
  2. Abdullah-6a.
  3. Ibrahim-6.
  4. Zeyd-6.
  5. Abdullah-6b.


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ALI.ZAINALABIDIN-4 (son of SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-ALI-ABITHOLIB-3(RA)) was born 656 in 36H, and died 713 in 93H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.

 Includes NotesNotes for ALI.ZAINALABIDIN-4:
Ali Zainal-Abidin b. Hussein b. Imam Ali
birth date unknown. Ali died 93H in Baqyi Cemetery.
Ali became the father of Muhammad al-baaqir 59H. He is the father of all the descendents of Imam Hussein (Husseinuyun) and the only survival among Imam Hussein's sons. His father and brothers were martyred in Karbala. His other two brothers Muhammad and Jafar died at the very young age, before the Karbala war. The title Zainal-Abidin, meaning 'The graceful Worshipper', was given to him because of his devotion in prayers. Ali Zainal-Abidin was among his contemporaries at the peak in terms of scholarship, honour, generosity and good conduct. He is also known as Sajjad, meaning The worshipper. He died in Madina in the year 93H and was buried in Baqyi cemetery.

Burial: Baqyi, Madinah.

Children of ALI.ZAINALABIDIN-4 are:
  1. +MUHAMMAD.ALBAGIR-5, b. 674, 59H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia, d. 731, 114H.
  2. Abdullah*Al-Bahir-5.
  3. Zayd-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5, b. Abt. 700, 80H, d. Abt. 740, 121H, Khurasan, Iran.
  4. Omar*Al-Asyrof-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5.
  6. Hussein*Al-Asghar-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5.
  7. Hussein*Al-Akbar-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5.
  10. Sulaiman-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5.
  11. Abdurrahman-ALI*ZAINALABIDIN-5.



SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-ALI-ABITHOLIB-3(RA) (son of SAIDINA*ALI-ABITHOLIB-ABDULMUTHOLIB-2(RA) and FATIMAH.AZZAHRA-2(RAh)) was born 626 in 1Sha'ban3H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia, and died 680 in 61/64H, Karbala, Iraq.

Hussein b. Ali b. Abi Tholib was born in Madinah, Saudi Arabia 4H. Imam died 64H in Karbala, Iraq.
Hussein, the second son of Ali b. Abi Tholib was born in 4H and was martyred in Karbala in 64H. Scholars of genealogy have different account of the Imam's children. Ibn Aanabah said Hussein had 4 boys and 3 girls while Al Amiry said he had 6 boys and 3 girls, but they all agree that Ali Zainal-Abidin was the only survival of his sons.
Hussein had the following children:
i. Ali Zainal-Abidin .
ii. Ali Al-akbar
iii. Ali Al-asghar
iv. Ubaydillah
v. Muhammad
vi. Jaafar
vii. Zainab
viii. Sukainah
ix. Fatmah

Imam Hussein had married five times. The names of his wives are:
1. Shahr Banu the daughter of Yazd Gurd, the last emperor of Iran. Zainal Abidin a.s. was her son. She died within ten days of birth.
2. Rabab was the daughter of Imra'u Al Qays the chief of the tribe of Kinda. Rabab was the mother of Sakinah and the baby Abdullah (also called Ali Asghar). She was present in Karbala with Hussein a.s. and died after one year of return to Medinah after the tragedy of Karbala.
3. Laila was the daughter of Abu Murra, the son of Urwah bin Mas'ud Al Thaqafi. Her mother was Maemunah, the daughter of Abu Sufyan and thus she was the cousin of Yazid. Her aunt Umm Sa'id, daughter of Urwah was a wife of Saidina Ali a.s.. Laila was the mother of Ali Akbar. According to scholars she was not alive at the time of the Tragedy of Karbala. Her name has not been mentioned in the old books written about Karbala. Nor was her name mentioned in the court of Yazid and there is no account of anyone blaming Yazid for imprisoning his own cousin.
4. Umm Ishaq was the daughter of Talhah bin Ubaydillah Taimi and she is the mother of Fatimah Kubra.
5. Quda'iyah was from the the tribe of Quda'ah. She gave birth to one child Ja'far who died in Childhood.

  1. +ALI.ZAINALABIDIN-4, b. 656, 36H, d. 713, 93H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia.
  2. zz-Ali*Al-Akbar-SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  3. zz-Ali*Al-Asghar-SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  4. zz-Ubaidillah-SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  5. zz-Muhammad-SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  6. zz-Ja'far-SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  7. zz-_Zainab--SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  8. zz-_Sukainah--SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.
  9. zz-_Fatmah--SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-4.


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Picture of FATIMAH.AZZAHRA-2(RAh)Az-Zahra Emblem


 Includes NotesNotes for FATIMAH.AZZAHRA-2(RAh):
There have been many women who have made an everlasting mark on the history of civilization and humankind. They have been great in various aspects. Yet one woman contributed more than perhaps any other woman, while she was not more then a young girl. She had all the great and virtuous attributes of the women of respect and honor and more. Her prayers and supplications were no less than the most inspiring words of poetry to the God she adored. Her eloquence of speech, her bravery and strength, her loving tenderness towards her noble father, husband and children are what philosophers still write and speak of in terms of a cure for the ills of today's society. She was filled with spiritual devotion, as is becoming of any true saint. Her actions were her belief, without fault or mistake. She rose above the frail diversions of this life and was truly the best example for all women throughout all time.
This woman is Fatimah Az-Zahra the daughter of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), the wife of Ali bin Abi Tholib the mother of Hassan and Hussein (peace be upon them all).
In the shade of her father the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw), and in the lap of her chaste and noble mother, Khadija binti Khuwailid, Fatimah Az-Zahra was born in the holy city of Mecca on Friday 20th Jamadi Thani.
She had the spirit of the Holy Prophet, his characteristics and morals. Indeed, she was the complete inheritor of her father. The distinguished relationship between the Holy Prophet (saw) and his dear daughter attracted the attentions of those who lived nearby. They talked about the resemblance between the father and the daughter. The Holy Prophet, who spoke only that which had been revealed to him, addressed Fatimah (`a) in these words: Oh Fatimah! Allah, the Mighty, the Exalted, is angered at the one who makes you angry and is satisfied with the one who pleases you.
She was possessing of life, honour, beauty and high stature, living under her father's care. It was such a unique relationship that it made the Prophet's later wife Ayesha, marvel at it and proclaim: ? Never have I seen anyone more like the Messenger of Allah in his solemn way {of standing and sitting} than Fatimah (`a) she added, When she {Fatimah} (`a) came in the room to see him, he { The Holy Prophet} would rise to his feet, take her hand, kiss her and seat her where he was seated . And when he came to see her, she would stand up, take his hand, kiss him and seat him where she was seated. Nothing can be said more than that she was born and brought up in the household of the Holy Prophet (saw).
Fatimah (`a) was the greatest woman with regard to her honour, faith and position in the sight of her Creator. Sayyidatina Fatimah (`a) married `Ali (`a) and the tree of Prophethood bore fruit. Sayyidatina Fatimah (`a) gave birth to Hassan and then to Hussein, The Prophet welcomed them and named them. Fatimah the noblest of all women, married Imam `Ali(`a) for his faith, piety, trustworthiness and high principles, not for wealth, money and the fading luxuries of this world.
She accepted the holy bond with a simple modest mahr (dowry) that smashed the very values of materialism, abrogating its deceptive role in the subject of marriage, replacing it with Islamic values and ideals. Her marriage would no doubt teach the generations how elusive (false) is the nature of materialism and how it dwarfs before the sublime human values and ideals.
The glory of Az-Zahra towers over any other glory. Asceticism and worship of the Creator are two natural traits of the Holy Family of the Holy Prophet, for here were the finest examples of the highest ideals, the greatest Islamic personalities that had ever lived on this earth.
Fatimah (`a) did not live long after the death of her father (s). She was the first from among his family to join him in the afterlife. Fatimah Az-Zahra left this world with pain and grief, leaving both sons and daughters to be brought up by their father `Ali (`a)

Marriage: 624

  1. +SAIDINA*HASAN-ALI-ABITHOLIB-3(RA), b. 625, 15 Ramadhan 2H, Madinah, d. 669, Safar 50H.
  2. +SAIDINA*HUSSEIN-ALI-ABITHOLIB-3(RA), b. 626, 1Sha'ban3H, Madinah, Saudi Arabia, d. 680, 61/64H, Karbala, Iraq.




MUHAMMAD*RASULULLAH-1(SAW)PBUH was born 25 Mar 571 in 9RabiulAwwal-Mecca, and died 8 Jun 632 in 12RabiulAwwal11H-Madinah. He married (1) KHADIJAH--KHUWALID on 595 in Mecca. He married (2) Sawdah bint Zam'a on 622 in Married Shawwal 10th year of Prophethood.

 Includes NotesNotes for MUHAMMAD*RASULULLAH-1(SAW)PBUH:
Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam(may Allah exalt the mention of his name at the highest Angelic Sphere)
Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam was born in bani Hashim Lane in Makkah on Monday morning, the ninth (9) of Rabi' Al Awwal, the same year of the Elephant Event, and forty years of the reign of Kisra (Khosru Nushirwan). ie; the twentieth (20) or twenty second (22) of April 571 AD.
Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wa Sallam died on Monday the 12th Rabi Ul-Awwal in the eleventh (11) year of Hijra. 634 AD. He was 63 years and 4 days old.
Muslims believe that Islam completes the revelation of God's finalmessage to man through the Prophet Muhammad Praise Be Unto Him (PBUH)and the Holy Qur'an. For Muslims, God began His message with Judaismand Christianity, and Islam is the capstone of the monotheistictradition. The Prophet's name means "the praised one" or "he who isglorified" and traditionally every mention of the Prophet by name isfollowed by one of several invocations. Usually it is sufficient tosay 'alayhis-salam' or 'Peace be upon him' (PBUH). The Prophet is adescendant of the Prophets Ibrahim (Abraham) and Ismail (Ishmael). Hisfather was Abdullah, the son of Abdel Mutalib and the grandson ofHashem who was the founder of the Hashemite clan.
As the Prophet was born after his father's death, and in keeping withpre-Islamic tribal law, he was unable to inherit from his father andwas sent to be raised with a Bedouin foster mother, Halima al-Sa'diya,in the desert. The Prophet returned to Mecca under the care of hisuncle Abu Talib, and as a young man, he earned a reputation forresolving inter-tribal differences. In fact, he was known within hisQuraysh tribe as al-Sadeq al-Ameen, or 'the honest, the trustworthy'.When he was twenty-five he married Khadija who bore the Prophet twosons that died in infancy, and four daughters.
When the Prophet was forty years old, having already experiencedvisions, he received the first revelation of the Qur'an and the Divinemessage by the Angel Gabriel in a cave. His wife was the first toconvert, followed by his young cousin 'Ali, the son of Abu Talib, andZeid his servant. The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) first began to publiclypreach to his own clan the Hashemites, and the first to convert fromoutside his family was Abu Bakr, his friend and influential merchantdealer. As the message spread and the followers of the new religiongrew, so did the opposition in the city of Mecca. The city was at thetime the center of trade and pilgrimage because of the Ka'aba, whichheld for the Meccans many sacred objects and idols of worship.
With time, resistance to Islam became hostile and despite the banplaced on the Hashemite clan the Prophet remained uncompromising inhis message of monotheism. To escape persecution many Muslims leftMecca, and eventually so too did the Prophet when it was realized thathis life was in danger. With many of his followers already establishedin al-Medina al-Munawwara, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) emigrated underthe cover of darkness in order to evade the search parties. Thiscelebrated journey (622 CE) became known as the Hijra (emigration) andwas later designated to mark the first year of the Muslim calendar, asthe Prophet's arrival in Madina marked the first Islamic state. Al-Madinah al-Munawara thereafter became known as the 'city of theProphet'.
Over the next six years the Prophet lived in Madina, spreading theword of Islam and practicing its teachings. Soon, it became apparent that the Muslims would have to face the Meccans in the field of battlein order to further spread God's message. In March 624 CE, against asuperior force, the Muslims defeated the idol worshipping Meccans atthe Battle of Badr, however only a year later the Muslims weredefeated in the disastrous Battle of Uhud. In 628 CE the Prophet with1000 men entered the walls of Mecca and soon afterwards the Prophet was acknowledged as the leader. Fully established in Mecca, theMessenger of God sent great expeditions to the north of Arabia,inviting others to enter into Islam. This marks the beginning ofIslam's expansion towards Syria and Persia.
The ninth/eleven year of the Hijra (632 CE) is known as the "Year of Deputations" when delegates came from all over Arabia to enter into Islam. On June 8 of that year, the Prophet died and was buried inaccordance to his wishes, in his house. The expansion of Islamcontinued extending from as far West as Spain to as far East as Indiawithin one hundred years. Today there are around a billion Muslims inthe world.
· Birth: 25 MAR 570 in Mecca · Death: 8 JUN 632 in Medina 9H ?
(22)April 571 AD. 8 JUN 634 11H ? = 63 years and 4 days old

Marriage: 595, Mecca.

More About MUHAMMAD*RASULULLAH-1(SAW)PBUH and Sawdah bint Zam'a:
Marriage: 622, Married Shawwal 10th year of Prophethood.

  1. +FATIMAH.AZZAHRA-2(RAh), b. 605, d. 634.
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